Lenticulina Lamarck 1804 (foram)

Lagenina - Nodosariacea - Nodosariidae

Full reference: J. B. Lamarck. 1804. Suite des mémoires sur les fossiles des environs de Paris. Annales du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle 5:179-188

Parent taxon: Lenticulininae according to A. R. Loeblich and H. Tappan 1984

See also Asano 1949, Fischer 1969, Margerel 2012, Sepkoski 2002 and Wienrich 1997

Sister taxon: Saracenaria

Subtaxa: Lenticulina convergens Lenticulina fukushimaensis Lenticulina munsteri Lenticulina planulata Lenticulina rotulata Lenticulina varians Lenticulina variolata

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Ecology: stationary semi-infaunal deposit feeder

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Canada (1: Nova Scotia collection), Italy (5), United States (1: Maryland)

• Pliocene of Australia (1), Greece (1), Italy (1), Japan (1), Panama (1), Taiwan (1)

• Miocene to Oligocene of Canada (1: Nova Scotia)

• Miocene to Pliocene of Australia (1)

• Miocene of Australia (1), Austria (2), Canada (1: Nova Scotia), Germany (59), Italy (2), New Zealand (4), Panama (1), Spain (2)

• Oligocene of Canada (1: Nova Scotia), Germany (2), Japan (1), United States (1: Louisiana)

• Eocene of Canada (1: Nova Scotia), Namibia (1), Pakistan (2), Peru (1), Spain (4), Trinidad and Tobago (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (8: California, Louisiana, Louisiana/Texas, Washington)

• Paleocene of Poland (1), Slovakia (5), Spain (2), Tanzania (1), Togo (2), United States (2: Alabama)

• Cretaceous of Angola (1), Australia (1), Austria (14), Canada (3: British Columbia, Nova Scotia), Egypt (1), France (5), Germany (15), Japan (1), Mexico (2), New Zealand (2), Peru (1), Poland (1), Portugal (27), Romania (5), the Russian Federation (16), South Africa (27), Spain (2), Sweden (2), Tanzania (4), Tunisia (50), USSR (13), Ukraine (1), the United Kingdom (5), United States (11: Texas)

• Jurassic of Algeria (1), Bulgaria (1), Egypt (4), France (6), Germany (94), Italy (2), Jordan (1), Luxembourg (3), Mexico (1), Poland (13), Portugal (7), the Russian Federation (11), Saudi Arabia (39), Serbia and Montenegro (2), Slovenia (1), Somalia (1), Spain (60), Switzerland (6), Thailand (3), USSR (3), the United Kingdom (1)

• Triassic of Austria (2), China (1), Germany (1), Hungary (2), India (2), Italy (22), New Zealand (1), Papua New Guinea (1), the Russian Federation (2), Slovakia (2)

Total: 630 collections including 1348 occurrences

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